Contracts: Timing is not always essential

Daniel Bain considers a Scottish case highlighting the importance of clarifying when time is to be of the essence in a contract for the sale of land ‘The contract may contain a provision making time of the essence, in which case there will be a right to terminate. However, in the absence of such a …
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Cases Referenced

  • East Dunbartonshire Council v Bett Homes Ltd [2012] CSIH 1